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Novel Coronavirus Education Resources
This page includes a list of accredited continuing education (CE) activities and additional resources that can help the CE provider and clinician community respond to the novel coronavirus public health emergency.
Educational Conferences and Events
2020 Brain Metastasis Research Symposium
May 8-9, 2020
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Duncan Building (CPB) Floor 8, Elevator Q, Rooms 1-8
1155 Pressler Street
Houston, Texas 77030
A. Webb Roberts Center for Continuing Medical Education of Baylor Scott & White Health
American Public Health Association: Exploring Effective Strategies to Address Vaccine Hesitancy and Misinformation
Vaccines are a notable public health achievement, which have helped to significantly reduce childhood morbidity, mortality and disease outbreaks. Although science supports their effectiveness, misinformation and hesitancy still exists. It’s critical for public health professionals to understand and address these issues to ensure successful implementation of immunization efforts. This webinar will uncover some of the sources of false information such as Twitter bots among other issues online and discuss methods to counter them.
This webinar is the second in a series on vaccines and public health. Participants can earn one CME, CPH, CHES, or CNE credit.
Pediatric Pain and Opioid Education
The course provides training in acute and chronic pain management for pediatric patients, with an emphasis on safe and effective opioid use. It has been reviewed and approved by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine. The course offers 5.5 continuing education, risk management and/or MOC part II credits for physicians, nurses and pharmacists and satisfies the required pain management training for licensure renewal in Massachusetts. A non-accredited version of this course is also available free of charge on our website.
The course author and organizer is Dr. David Casavant, a member of the Massachusetts Chapter of the AAP and member of the Massachusetts Medical Society Opioid Task Force. Dr. Casavant is also an Associate in Perioperative Anesthesia, Pain Medicine and Critical Care Medicine at Boston Children's Hospital and Instructor of Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School.
Texas Department of State Health Services
TRAIN, the premier learning resource for professionals who protect the public's health. A free service of the Public Health Foundation,
www.train.org is part of the newly expanded TrainingFinder Real-time Affiliate Integrated Network (TRAIN).
The Forum: Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health: The Measles Outbreak: Why Vaccines Matter
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Course in Perinatal Health
For registration and other information:
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
The CME Activities with a "*" meet the Texas Medical Board criteria for formal continuing medical education credit involving the study of medical ethics/ or professional responsibility.
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